Botshabelo – Middelburg

It is a small place of refuge located near Middelburg, Mpumalanga, South Africa. The Reverend Alexander Merensly from the Brelin Mission Society established this beautiful region in 1860s’. It is a place where visitors can explore the cultural beauty of the region. The region offers an opportunity to visitors to expand their knowledge about the history, culture, and tradition of the place.

Visitors can visit the museum located in the region and discover many things about the region. They can hike around the village and indulge in the activities like trekking, boating, rafting, camping, and more. The destination is ideal to experience the elephant ride and safari. They can also spot various animals and birds in the forest areas.

Apart from this, tourists can stay in the village huts and resorts and can enjoy best food and drinks of the village. Village people can teach traditional hunting and cooking methods to tourists. Tourists can also enjoy the local festivals of the region. However, it is always advised to carry medicine kit or first aid kit with you as you can face various health conditions in the region. They can also hire a companion who can help them to choose safe locations and can help them in multiple ways.

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